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WATCH: Plan B ft. Labrinth
Check out the video for 'Playing With Fire' now.
The Hot Press Newsdesk, 01 Nov 2012
Mercury Music Prize nominated soul singer Plan B has just unveiled a new promo for 'Playing With Fire', a collaboration with fellow Londoner Labrinth. The tune is taken from the soundtrack to B's Ill Manors film.
Watch below and then flick on Channel 4 at 10pm this evening to hear those Mercury results.
For an in-depth HP interview with the UK artist, click here.
The Hot Press Newsdesk
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